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This isn't a new problem, but nobody ever mentions it. Hell, maybe it's just me. Anyway, alll the cool programs (I think 'cause they're not written with the MFC) like java, jikes, perl, etc., etc., et cetera ad nausium, and so on, etc. don't work on DOS consoles in commands like 'java ClassName | more' or 'jikes *.java */*.java */*/*.java | less'. I know that plenty of programs can capture their output fine, but these are mostly editors that weren't designed to make it convenient. Does anyone know of a simple, quick, straightforward Windows program that just lets you run commands and see their output?
 
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